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Trump defended himself after taking criticism for tossing paper towels while visiting hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico on Tuesday.

Now, Puerto Rico officials are trying to recover from Hurricane Maria since it struck the island almost two weeks ago. The current administration announced a 29 billion dollar aide package; however Kaine says only 12.6 billion is for Puerto Rico and the US Virginia Island.

On Oct. 7, the AAWW 747 transported non-perishable food items, supplies to assist in the rebuilding of San Juan's Luis Munoz Marin Airport and medical supplies, among other vital commodities. "The Middle East when I took over was a mess, and it's much less of a mess now but we have problems".

JEA has committed to 90 days of help for Puerto Rico. "We're grateful for his leadership, for his faith in the efforts that we are doing and of course his continued support for the people of Puerto Rico", he said.

Elijah says that he had faith that his daughter had not been harmed, but that it was time for them to be reunited.

A team from FEMA and Joint Force Land Component Command assessed damage to cellular and radio towers caused by Hurricane Maria throughout the island of Puerto Rico Oct. 8, 2017. "And because their children are out of school, we're providing day care", Liana continued.

So far they've collected at least $400 worth of items to send over to the people in Puerto Rico. "All you have to do is just get on Facebook or turn on the tv to see the devastation", said Brenda Donato, whose family lives in Puerto Rico.

The governor said National Guard troops and auditors were helping to determine what was occurring. "If there is a place, a locality that is not delivering food to the people of Puerto Rico that need it, there's going to be some hell to pay".

When ABC News's Martha Raddatz interviewed FEMA Director Brock Long on Sunday, she asked about Cruz's allegations that the agency was falling down on its recovery duties. "If FEMA can not source that themselves, we will leverage any asset that foots that bill".

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